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Case Studies in Diabetes

  • Board Restrictions note: Co-sponsored courses may not be eligible for CE in Tennessee; Credit calculations may vary for New Mexico approval
  • This course will describe a clinical case study of a diabetic patient. The course will use the latest research and data to understand the current management of diabetes, health risk factors associated with diabetes, and progressive stages of the disease. It will include how to assess insulin resistance through proper history taking, examination, and lab testing.  The course will offer information about low-glycemic diets, exercise, and other treatment recommendations including pharmaceuticals and lifestyle management.  

    Educational Objectives
    Upon completion of this seminar, participants are expected to be able to:
    1. Understand the disease diabetes
    2. Understand the proper evaluation process and differential diagnosis of diabetes
    3. Understand the guidelines for management of diabetes

    InstructorScott Munsterman, DC, FICC Wayne H. Carr, DC, CCSP, DCARB
    About the InstructorDr. Scott Munsterman is an acknowledged expert on the transforming model of health care delivery with a commitment to the promotion and advancement of the chiropractic profession.  Dr. Munsterman is founder & CEO of Best Practices Academy, a healthcare services organization whose mission is to provide focused leadership to equip value-based practices and improve clinical outcomes. The Academy prepares chiropractic practices to become a value-based practice for alternative payment models and positions these practices to engage collaborative and integrative relationships amongst all stakeholders in the provider community.   Dr. Munsterman is a graduate of Northwestern Health Sciences University, where he has served as Vice-Chair of the Board of Trustees and on the President’s Cabinet as the Chief of Care Delivery Services for the University. He has been a member of the American and South Dakota Chiropractic Associations since 1985 and was awarded Chiropractor of the Year in South Dakota in 2003, a Fellow of the International College of Chiropractors (FICC) in 2006 as well as awarded The Distinguished Alumnus Award from Northwestern Health Sciences University in 2012.     Dr. Munsterman has served as a former two term Mayor and currently serves in the South Dakota State House of Representatives, where he chairs the House Health and Human Services Committee and the Legislative Planning Committee. He has authored “A Vision for South Dakota”, “Unfinished Business”, and more recently “Care Delivery and Chiropractic: An Opportunity Waiting”. Dr. Wayne H. Carr is a graduate of National College of Chiropractic in 1987.  Certified in Acupuncture and Sports Injuries, Diplomat status in Rehabilitation.  Corrective Exercise Specialist (CES) and Performance Enhancement Specialist (PES) thru the National Academy of Sports Medicine.   Dr. Carr has lectured on rehabilitation topics and is currently on the educational team for the CES and PES programs. Dr. Carr is part of the DELPHI group for the CCGPP project and has been involved as a consultant to various insurance companies and management organization.  Dr. Carr has been instrumental in developing the Best Practices in Chiropractic Academy. Dr. Carr has been in full-time practice at Carr Chiropractic Clinics, PC in Miller, Huron, Redfield, Faulkton and Kimball, SD since 1987.
    Subject BreakdownThis course will describe a clinical case study of a diabetic patient. The course will use the latest research and data to understand the current management of diabetes, health risk factors associated with diabetes, and progressive stages of the disease. It will include how to assess insulin resistance through proper history taking, examination, and lab testing. The course will offer information about low-glycemic diets, exercise, and other treatment recommendations including pharmaceuticals and lifestyle management. Educational Objectives Upon completion of this seminar, participants are expected to be able to: 1. Understand the disease diabetes 2. Understand the proper evaluation process and differential diagnosis of diabetes 3. Understand the guidelines for management of diabetes
    Total Credits1.00
    FormatDistance - On-demand
    Course OutlineCase Studies in Diabetes CW.pdf
    Co-sponsor or Partnernone
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